GOLF: Right Arm And Right Wrist In The Golf Swing – With Mike Malaska




Right Arm And Right Wrist In The Golf Swing – With Mike Malaska

**If you like my videos and instruction here, be sure to check out my membership site at That’s our online community where I work with golfers from all over the world. That’s where you can send in your swing and get feedback, priorities and direction from me to improve your game.

During the West Coast leg of our winter tour we were beyond fortunate to get to spend an afternoon with one of golf’s most legendary instructors, Mike Malaska. Mike’s knowledge of the golf swing, as well as his expertise at incorporating physical fitness programs and the ability to physically analyze the body his golf instruction, has made him by far one of the world’s most recognized teachers. His long list of honors includes PGA Southwest Section Teacher of The Year in 2010 and The National PGA Teacher of the Year in 2011. He is currently the Director of Instruction for the Nicklaus Academies Worldwide, Superstition Mountain Country Club, and a member of the National Advisory Board for TaylorMade Golf. You can learn more about Mike and his instruction at

In this video, Mike demonstrates exactly how the right arm and right wrist do – and should! – work in the golf swing.

**Get more information about our two-day golf schools in Bethlehem, PA at

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**You can find our entire catalog of Master Classes at (Members of cogornogolf.com get all of our individual products for free with membership)

** The LiveView Golf Camera is my favorite tool for golf swing feedback. Take a look at the LiveView Pro and use the coupon code ECGOLF to get special deals and discounts

**I may earn a small commission for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial, and/or link to any products or services recommended on Eric Cogorno Golf sites. Your purchase helps support my work in bringing you free content to help you learn about golf and improve your game. My goal is to help people through my experience so I will not recommend a product or service unless I’ve

1) Used it personally. (which will be the case the vast majority of the time)

2) Thoroughly researched it and gotten first-hand user feedback from other professionals I trust and that have used the product/service.**If you like my videos and instruction here, be sure to check out my membership site at That’s our online community where I work with golfers from all over the world. That’s where you can send in your swing and get feedback, priorities and direction from me to improve your game.

During the West Coast leg of our winter tour we were beyond fortunate to get to spend an afternoon with one of golf’s most legendary instructors, Mike Malaska. Mike’s knowledge of the golf swing, as well as his expertise at incorporating physical fitness programs and the ability to physically analyze the body his golf instruction, has made him by far one of the world’s most recognized teachers. His long list of honors includes PGA Southwest Section Teacher of The Year in 2010 and The National PGA Teacher of the Year in 2011. He is currently the Director of Instruction for the Nicklaus Academies Worldwide, Superstition Mountain Country Club, and a member of the National Advisory Board for TaylorMade Golf. You can learn more about Mike and his instruction at

**Get more information about our two-day golf schools in Bethlehem, PA at

_______________

**You can find our entire catalog of Master Classes at (Members of cogornogolf.com get all of our individual products for free with membership)

** The LiveView Golf Camera is my favorite tool for golf swing feedback. Take a look at the LiveView Pro and use the coupon code ECGOLF to get special deals and discounts

**I may earn a small commission for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial, and/or link to any products or services recommended on Eric Cogorno Golf sites. Your purchase helps support my work in bringing you free content to help you learn about golf and improve your game. My goal is to help people through my experience so I will not recommend a product or service unless I’ve

1) Used it personally. (which will be the case the vast majority of the time)

2) Thoroughly researched it and gotten first-hand user feedback from other professionals I trust and that have used the product/service.

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